The Global Slavery Index 2018 reported that over 40 million people are living in modern slavery with over 24 million in forced labour and over 15 million in forced marriage, an issue that disproportionately affects women and girls .
The Jesuit Refugee Service and the Santa Marta Group teamed up to deliver training to detention centre visitors to help them identify victims of modern slavery.
The Australian Catholic Bishops’ Conference has supported new legislation to help eradicate the scourge of modern slavery.
Archbishop Ivan Jurkovic, the Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the United Nations in Geneva addressed a session on trafficking in persons on June 21 at the Human Rights Council.
Pope Francis has sent a special message to Catholics in England and Wales asking them to break the chains of captivity of those who have been trafficked.
Caritas Bakhita House Manager, Karen Anstiss, talks about her work to restore the lives of survivors of human trafficking
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Archbishop of Cape Town Stephen Brislin talks about the realities of human trafficking and modern slavery in South Africa – a country of origin, transit and destination for victims. Archbishop Brislin was attending the first day of the… Read More
We caught up with Cardinal Vincent Nichols, President of the Santa Marta Group after the morning session of the global anti-human trafficking conference taking place in the Vatican. He sums up the morning’s discussions. Pontifical Academy of Social… Read More
David Yambasu from Caritas Sierra Leone (Diocese of Bo) explains the current state of play with regard to tackling human trafficking in the West African country. Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, Casina Pia, Vatican. 8 February 2018.